On this edition of Truth in Love, Dr. Lambert answers the question, “Should Christians be licensed by the state to counsel?” For more podcasts like this one, visit our podcast page.
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In this post, Brad Hambrick continues with more compelling suggestions for thinking through the possible role of psychiatric medicines in addressing various types of mental suffering. Continue reading
The BCC loves to use our “megaphone” to highlight the ministry of leading biblical counseling groups. This weekend we want to make you aware of the upcoming Association of Biblical Counselor’s national conference: Psychology and a Biblical Worldview. Continue reading
Each Friday our BCC staff links you to the top 5 biblical counseling and Christian living blog posts of the week—posts that provide robust, rich, and relevant insights for living. Continue reading
The mission of the BCC is to advance the ministry of the biblical counseling movement. One of the ways we seek to fulfill this mission is by being a “megaphone” for biblical counseling organizations around the world. Today we use our BCC megaphone to highlight the Association of Biblical Counselor’s (ABC) 2015 National Conference: Psychology and a Biblical Worldview. Continue reading
On weekends we often use our BCC “megaphone” to alert you to excellent resources on other biblical counseling sites. Today we highlight the blog site of the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors (ACBC). The ACBC is providing videos of their plenary sessions from their recent annual conference. Continue reading
On September 25, 2014, at Ed Stetzer’s Christianity Today blog site, The Exchange, Ed ran a guest post by Sarah Rainer entitled, The Integration of Christianity and Psychology. This is an important post, so we ask one of our Council Board members, Jeff Forrey, to share his reflections on the post. Continue reading
BCC Staff Note: On weekends we often highlight one of our many free resources. This weekend we highlight a video interview with Mike Emlet. Dr. Emlet addresses the important and the controversial question, “When should a pastor recommend a psychiatrist?”
We describe the BCC’s Grace & Truth blog as “Voices from the Biblical Counseling Community.” The modern biblical counseling movement spans a diverse spectrum of people and organizations committed to a view of people helping summarized by the Biblical Counseling Coalition’s Confessional Statement It is with this diversity in mind that we have recently run a series of posts addressing the important issue of Biblical Counseling, the Church, and Mental Illness. Continue reading
This post uses Paul’s example in Philippians 4 and a Christian saint’s example of contentment to offer guidance on how to pursue a more contented posture when we feel discontent. The post is directed toward women in particular. Continue reading